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No, Hurricanes Aren’t More Frequent Or Severe

September 13, 2017 by


By Larry Bell ~ Right off the bat, let’s understand that no one, much less those of us who live in Houston and other areas along the Texas coast along with my numerous friends in the entire state of Florida, need to be reminded of widespread terror and tragedy which can be wrought by a […]

Global Warming Hurricane Influence Is Overblown

October 22, 2016 by


One hurricane in a decade is not a trend By Larry Bell ~ No one should dispute the fact that hurricanes rank among our planet’s most terrifying and devastating natural disasters or that they are influenced by that enigmatically complex phenomena collectively referred to as “climate.” Hurricane Matthew, which resulted in the tragic deaths of […]

Linking Hurricane Matthew To Climate Change Is Overblown Hype

October 7, 2016 by


By David Kreutzer, Ph.D. ~ Hurricane Matthew is big, dangerous, and (if it makes landfall) something not seen in the continental United States for a decade. This, of course, means it will be linked to global warming. There will be a lot of “scientists say we can expect,” but little actual data. That’s because the […]